Invisible Energy Seen as Future Medical Tool
By Sara Altshul O’Donnell
The New York Times Special Features
Energy healing is already under scrutiny at the University of Arizona, in Tuscon where
the Human Energy Systems Lab has been established under the direction of Gary E. Schwartz.
Schwartz and the Lab’s co-director, Linda Russek, have examined the ways energy communication
takes place between two people. In their lab, they discovered that when an electrically charged body
…such as a human being…. moves through space, an electromagnetic force is created that can be
measured on another person’s body a few feet away. They also found that, at least for two people that
care for one another, the electrical impulses from one person’s heart register on the other’s brain.
This suggests that energy transfer between two people (between an energy therapist and a client
for example) is very real. But many scientists remain very skeptical, arguing that just being able to
measure energy transfer between people isn’t proof that in can heal.
“At the moment, all of this remains on the fringes of conventional science, but my hunch is that
energy medicine will come into it’s own in the next few decades,” says Weil (Director of the
Program of Integrative Medicine and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Arizona at Tucson.)
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